NONG KHAI, July 13 -- The Royal Thai Navy's Mekong Riverine Operation Unit in the Northeastern province of Nong Khai on Saturday arrested two smugglers and seized some 300 cobras and 569 turtles en route to Lao.
NAKHON PHANOM, July 13 -- A school van driver was arrested in Thailand's northeastern province of Nakhon Phanom for attempting to smuggle Siamese rosewood to the neighbouring Lao PDR.
BANGKOK, July 12 - Deputy Prime Minister/Agriculture Minister Yukol Lim-laemthong urged all parties to systematically deal with Thailand's declining rubber price problems, focusing on reducing production costs as the priority.
NAKHON PHANOM, July 12 - Exporting geckos is a lucrative business in Thailand's northeastern province of Nakhon Phanom with millions of baht in circulation each month.
BANGKOK, July 12 - Malaysia will hold a news briefing on ceasefire in Thailand's southern border region during the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan this afternoon, according to Thailand's National Security Council (NSC) chief.
BANGKOK, July 12 - Thai Foreign Minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul said Friday Thailand is ready to work with Indonesia to foster cooperation in several aspects.
BANGKOK, July 12 --The star-studded Chelsea football club squad, led by new manager Jose Mourinho and star players Frank Lampard and John Terry, arrived Bangkok today for an exhibition match in Thailand as part of the club’s 2013 pre-season tour.
BANGKOK, July 11 - Commerce Ministry spokesperson today defended the cashier's cheque payment procedures for its government-to-government rice sale contracts with other countries which an anti-graft panel believes the amounts were too low, saying the payment was a normal practice of delivery.
BANGKOK, July 10 – The Commerce Ministry will hold rice auctions, aiming at reducing government rice stockd by about 500,000-1,000,000 tonnes of milled rice per month, Deputy Prime Minister/Commerce Minister Niwatthamrong Boonsongpaisarn said today.
The colour of street art, or art on the wall, does not only portray beauty but also portrays its own meaning of itself to passersby.
The 'Read Me' project was organised by the Wangkanai Group, the producer of low chemical sugar in Thailand, to encourage Thais to read more through the hidden meaning of street art held and displayed on a rotational basis, throughout several cities in the country.